Several Fleetwood Town players featured for their respective loan clubs this week, here is how they got on…
Victor Nirennold had a weekend without a game thanks to a waterlogged pitch postponing Guiseley’s trip to fellow Vanarama National League strugglers Torquay United. The Lions remain at the foot of the table on 26 points, 14 from safety.
Lewis Baines and Dan Mooney both featured in Ashton United’s 1-0 loss at Buxton. The Robins currently sit in third place in the Evo-STIK Premier Division with a strong chance of making the play-offs.
Luke Higham played ninety minutes in FC United of Manchester’s 4-0 demolition of Bradford Park Avenue this week. Ged Garner also came on as a substitute, scoring within three minutes of entering the field. FC United now sit 14th in the Vanarama National League North, easing any lingering fears of relegation.
Ashley Nadesan grabbed an assist, but Carlisle United’s promotion prospects suffered a blow after they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Cambridge United. The Cumbrians currently sit 10th in League Two, six points off the play-off places with a trip to Cheltenham Town and a home match against Lincoln City ahead over Easter.
Alex Reid came off the bench to score Solihull Moors’ second goal in Tuesday’s 2-0 home win over Bromley. He was also subbed on for the last 15 minutes in Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Halifax Town. Moors are now level on points with 20th placed Barrow as they fight for National League survival.
Mamadou Djabi did not feature in Lancaster City’s 1-1 draw with Stafford Rangers in the EVO-STIK Premier Division. He will be hoping to return to the side for Wednesday’s Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy Semi Final encounter with National League North Chorley.
Ricardo Kip was on the receiving end of an incredible comeback as SC Cambuur lost 3-2 away to Fortuna Sittard. Kip scored Cambuur’s second in the first ten minutes to give the Leeuwarders a 2-0 lead, before third placed Sittard hit back. Cambuur currently sit in lower-mid table in the Dutch Second Division.
Matt Urwin experienced a week of mixed results as Chorley beat play-off rivals Spennymoor Town 3-1 on Tuesday night before Saturday’s surprise 1-0 home defeat to Boston United. The Magpies sit 9th in the National League North with their next match being Wednesday’s Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy Semi Final against Lancaster City.
Harrison Holgate was at the centre of Stalybridge’s excellent week which saw their winning run extend to four games in their bid to avoid relegation. The defender grabbed an assist in Tuesday’s 3-2 victory at Nantwich Town before also featuring in Saturday’s 2-0 win over 2nd placed Warrington Town. Celtic currently sit in 18th place in the EVO-STIK Premier Division.
Michael Donohue came on in the 68th minute but could not make the difference as Tamworth lost 1-0 away to relegation rivals Curzon Ashton. Saturday’s result means that the Lambs have failed to win in their past 12 matches, sitting one point above the relegation zone.